We give the first explicit construction of the quadratic algebra for a 3D quantum superintegrable system with nondegenerate (4-parameter) potential together with realizations of irreducible representations of the quadratic algebra in terms of differential-differential or differential-difference and difference-difference operators in two variables. The example is the singular isotropic oscillator. We
point out that the quantum models arise naturally from models of the
Poisson algebras for the corresponding classical superintegrable system. These techniques extend to quadratic algebras for superintegrable systems in $n$ dimensions and are closely related to Hecke algebras and multivariable orthogonal polynomials.
Kalnins, E.G.; Miller Jr., W.; Post, Sarah.
Models for the 3D singular isotropic oscillator quadratic algebra.
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